Hey fabianpusch, did you buy the Kokam 16S1P LiPo off the shelf? Curious as to weight and price.fabianpusch wrote:Hi at all
I have nearly the same setup.
As battery I have used a 16S4P 38140SE Headway configuration and at the moment I am using a 16S1P LiPo from Kokam with crazy 53Ah. The Headway setup was really stable lets say idiot safe but a little heavy.
Cruising time about 25-30 minutes. It is a 48 Ah configuration. Now with the Kokam it should be around 35-40 minutes.
As motor I use also a Lehner and I use the MGM Compro the so called industrial version.
I can post the specs of the controller.
By the way, I am using an Emus BMS with the small cell modules.
The board is fully made of carbon.
If someone is interested, the Headway cells will ne sold for a cheap prize.
Have a nice evening
Why are you selling ? Have a better one ? You give up ?Jetfreak wrote:Hey guys, Im selling some of my stuff... MHZ 80mm Jetdrive and 8x7S 5000mah 60C Lipos all new!! please send me a message if youre interested! (all placed in Darmstadt/Germany)
MHZ Jetdrive 720€
Lipo 35€ each
Bazaki wrote:http://www.lehner-shop.com/Outrunner/To ... rjbfj3p3a2
And if anyone is interessted in the lehner torqstar motor that is used in the lampuga surfboard. I have the lehner torqstar 7040 winding 6 with watercooling. Costed about 1000 euro. Make me a good offer, motor is brand new, except it was tested a few minutes.
ropower86 wrote:Here' my jet-board, I will post another video of it going faster soon.
The board has basic components. But the others that I am building has the good stuff. I want to show there can be a way to build a jet-board with basic parts, 3d printer etc. Building a Jet-Board is not an easy task. $30k which was $15k a year. Fiberglass materials, Batteries and ESC was mot expensive. I sold a lot of stuff a so I got almost half of it back by luck. It is still the beginning era of the E-surfboard, so getting the right components will cost an arm and a leg.srn wrote:ropower86 wrote:Here' my jet-board, I will post another video of it going faster soon.
I saw in your youtube comment, that you spend approx. 30.000$ for this project ?
It surprises me because you use basic components. Which major problems/cost drivers did you had ?
The battery pack on Carver board has 40 amp hour, 20 amp hour is for the Montana which cruise to speeds up to 6 mph.dirkdiggler wrote:Saw some updated info about Onean on their Facebook page. I'm sure the info is somewhere in this thread already. I'll repost for my own. Their Carver board uses 48v batteries at 20ah.
Interesting that they use a magnetic coupling for their motor shaft.